Eagle Product Inspection FA3/M multi-application system for inline fat measurement and contaminant detection30 March, 2017
The Eagle Product Inspection FA3/M is a multi-application system that provides inline fat measurement and contaminant detection for fresh, chilled, frozen and hot-boned loose bulk, frozen or tempered (naked) meat blocks and unwrapped meat conveyed in plastic crates.
The Marelec Portio portion cutter is suitable for fresh products such as fish fillets, whole fish, meat and poultry products.
Australian pork producers have been warned they could face challenging times ahead, with productivity gains and consistently good herd feed conversion rates unable to offset the widening gap between feed costs in Australia compared to those of international competitors.
An ACCC study into Australia's cattle and beef sector has identified changes that are needed to improve transparency and competitiveness.
AUSPACK 2017 will feature an inaugural Processing Day, including a dedicated processing sector forum showcasing the latest developments in meat processing technologies, such as advanced sensing.
The Cooperative Research Centre for High Integrity Australian Pork is developing a pipeline of products to advance Australia's pork industry and earn income to fund future research and development.
Wholesale seafood and fish processor Three Hooks Seafood required a floor finish that was robust, hygienic and safe for its facility in the Sydney suburb of Marrickville.
More protein is on the menu for Australians in need thanks to a new partnership between food relief agency Foodbank and MDH, a family-owned beef cattle enterprise.
Meat processor GMP has begun a $30 million expansion project, which will lead to a 40% increase in annual production capacity and create 76 new full-time jobs over the next five years.
A project has begun in Germany to develop gentle processes for the surface sterilisation of packaged meat and sausage products.
The Cooperative Research Centre for High Integrity Australian Pork (Pork CRC) has had a year of considerable achievement, as reported at its 2016 AGM and stakeholders' meeting.
Nordic Wildfish has been working with the research company SINTEF to find ways to utilise the entire fish in its hauls of cod, pollock and haddock.
European meat processor Danish Crown has announced it will establish a pork processing and retail product plant in Shanghai, China.
The world's largest indoor salmon aquaculture facility will be built in Newfoundland, Canada, for Norwegian company Grieg NL.
A number of successful trials using rotary screw vacuum pumps instead of rotary vane pumps in operating industry-standard rotary vacuum packaging machines is set to have a major impact on the meat processing industry.